Head of the Continual Federal Congress said the authoritarian regimes proved a failure in pluralism laying stress Syria needs a system similar to the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria.
Hassan Koçer warned that the Damascus government's continuation of its unilateral policies and its refusal to dialogue in light of the Turkish occupation of Syrian lands might eventually lead to the division of the country, and reiterated their readiness for a constructive dialogue with the Damascus government to preserve the country's unity.
Head of the Syrian Party for Change and Renaissance Mustafa Qel Egi called for the cancellation of the Adana Agreement warning against dangers of the demographic change taking place in areas under Turkish occupation.
Member of the General Council of the Democratic Union Party, Amin Aliko, explained that the Turkish occupation state aims primarily behind its attacks on the region to exterminate the peoples yearning for freedom, stressing that the interests of the countries with Turkey prevent it from fulfilling its duty towards the people of north and east Syria.
The head of the Modernity and Democracy Party for Syria, Firas Qassas, considered that the so-called "settlements" carried out by the Damascus government are nothing but traps, warning that their goal is to restore Syria before 2011.
The competition between Russia and Iran over the Syrian Badia intensified, after the latter strengthened its military presence there, which encouraged the former to launch a broad polarization campaign for the benefit of the part of the Damascus government forces loyal to it - the Eighth Brigade - and to expand its influence further within the region. What is the strategic importance of the Badia?
Fawza Yusef clarified that the main goal of the Turkish allegations and allegations of being attacked from the north and east of Syria is to cover up the crimes it is committing against the region, and to create the ground for new attacks.
Politicians and citizens appealed to the UN Security Council to open the crossing, during its session today, and warned of the repercussions of keeping it closed in the face of 5 million people, including about a million IDPs and refugees.
There continues to be talk of re-normalization between the Arab countries and the Damascus government, as Bahrain has joined this path, and other countries wait to join or not. Where is the Arab normalization with Damascus going? What will these countries gain?
Member of PYD Ahmed Khoja stressed closing of all border crossings are decisions politically motivated with the aim to harass the AANES economically.
The co-chair of the Kurdistan Democratic Peace Party, Talal Mohammed has criticized the policies of the Damascus Government, which rejects dialogue with the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, but it thinks, it has no problem to hold dialogue with Turkey, which occupies about 12% of Syrian’s territory, confirming there is no solution of the Syrian crisis only to hold dialogue with AANES.
Politicians confirmed that the simultaneous attacks of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries on northern and eastern Syria, and the closure of the crossings by the Kurdistan Democratic Party, is nothing but the policy of Astana's sponsors and a prior agreement between the "traitor and the enemy", to weaken the Autonomous Administration project.